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Police reports: Pizza deliveryman robbed

Kenneth Charles Bowman, 26, was robbed at gun point while making a pizza delivery on May 24 at 9:52 p.m., according to Salisbury Police. Bowman was approached by several men who demanded his wallet and pizza. No arrests have been made.
In other reports from Salisbury Police:
– Kendra Stout, 100 Clancy St., reported May 23 she was a victim of communicated threats and stalking by an acquaintance.
– Richard Robbins, 113 W. Innes St., reported on May 23 a stolen GPS system from vehicle.
– Torryne Williams, 2085 Harrison Road, reported finding key scratches on personal vehicle after work on May 23.
– William Peoples, 522 N. Fulton St., reported on May 23 his $300 weed trimmer was stolen from his front porch.
– Eric Chawlk, 1811 W. Jake Alexander Blvd., was charged with being in possession of marijuana on May 24.
– A 42-year-old man reported that six men approached him at gun point on Bendix Drive on May 24 and assaulted and robbed him.
– Tina Drye, 2164 Statesville Blvd., reported on May 24 someone stole her 1994 Honda Civic.
– Brooke Soul, 722 Corporate Circle, on May 25 reported a larceny of a laptop computer, clothes and medicine from a motor vehicle.
– James Donnell, 935 Hurley School Road, reported he was bitten by a dog while walking at Salisbury Community park on May 25.
– Childress Locklear, 37, was charged on May 23 at 1050 Theodore Lane with possession of drug paraphernalia.
– Mildred Jones, 731 E. Lafayette St., reported window vandalism on May 25.
– A 26-year-old woman reported assault near Main Street on May 24.
– Mario Cruz, 323 S. Arlington St., reported on May 25 that an unknown person used his credit card without his permission to make purchases of $200 at Wal-Mart.
– Trip Adams, 100 W. Corriher Ave., reported on May 25 his vehicle was stolen.
– Linda Brown, 44 Hill St., reported on May 25 an incident of breaking and entering.
– A 20-year-old man was shot at 1300 Standish St., at 8:41 p.m. on May 25. The man was injured when a bullet penetrated his vehicle. Salisbury Police also reported a possiblity of gunfire from the vehicle.
– There was a possible peeping tom at W. Jake Alexander Blvd. on May 25.
– An emergency department nurse reported an incident of assault near Mocksville Ave. on May 23 by a psychiatric patient.

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